Trevor Kelley’s Parents Missed Son’s MLB Debut Because Of Expired Passports

Trevor Kelley made his Major League Baseball debut for the Red Sox on Tuesday night after being recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket. Kelley’s wife and friends were in attendance, but two prominent people were missing from the stands: his mom and dad. The 25-year-old’s parents couldn’t make it to Toronto because their passports had expired. (NESN)

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